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Oracle Licensing Audit - Why Me?

If you are reading this article, you are either expecting, or you have already received some form of communication from Oracle Global Licensing & Advisory Services (GLAS) formerly..

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5 Reasons Why You Should Be Looking At Google Cloud Platform

Helping IT, Information and Data professionals reduce cost and complexity whilst driving innovation across the Google Cloud Platform.

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What does your version of VMware mean for Oracle Licensing?

The Virtual Machine and Oracle The use of hypervisor technology helps businesses manage hardware investments much more flexibly and efficiently. The use of Virtual Machines (VMs)..

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5 Reasons to Hire Half a DBA

Why flexible resourcing may be your new best friend. Your business is constantly evolving and growing, yet alongside the additional work that business expansion may incur for your..

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Oracle Term License Rules Have Changed

Previously it was possible to license both Oracle technologies and applications for a multi-year term period. These were ideal for limited timeline projects, to match a specific..

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Start with the Data and Secure UP!

When considering the security of Oracle databases, we make an initial assumption that we are securing Oracle, or we ask why doesn’t Oracle secure the database for us? The reason..

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What is an IoT anyway?

Everything your business needs to know about the Internet of Things. by David Harris, Account Director at DSP-Explorer

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Top 10 Benefits of an Oracle Managed Service

A DSP-Explorer Oracle Managed Service consists of proactively monitoring your database environment on a 24x7x365 basis, which ensures that your estate is optimised and secure...

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We're on G Cloud 12

DSP-Explorer are selling through G Cloud 12 Everything you need to know about the Digital Marketplace. From Monday 28th September 2020, DSP-Explorer will be eligible to sell our..

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SQL Server 2008 End of Support - One Year On

Since support for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 R2 ended in July 2019, many companies are still considering their options to keep their databases supported without paying..

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